CHERP co-founder to feature at sustainability forum
Sustainable Claremont’s Devon Hartman will discuss green homes at the US Green Building Council’s Green Community Breakfast Forum, to be held on Wednesday at the Ontario DoubleTree. The event takes place 8 to 11 a.m.
In addition to playing an instrumental role in Claremont’s Community Home Energy Retrofit Program (CHERP), Mr. Hartman is the principal at Hartman Energy Strategies with 35 years experience in energy efficiency when it comes to architecture, construction and business development.
Mr. Hartman is one of several who will present on topics relating to the Inland Empire chapter of the US Green Building Council’s focus areas: green communities, green schools and green workplaces. Other speakers include Dr. Dora Barilla, director of community health development at Loma Linda University; John Cook, director of sustainability at UC Riverside; and Chris Soares, chief engineer, and Jennifer Costa, senior property manager, both of CIP Real Estate Property Services. The breakfast’s keynote speaker will be Rebecca Sherman, senior manager of corporate sustainability for Kohl’s department stores.
Tickets are $25 for chapter members, $35 for non-members, $12.50 for full-time students, $20 for public sector and non- profit employees. Registration for the breakfast is at www.usgbc-ie.org/events/communitybreakfast.